When it comes to vintage automobiles, there is nothing more crucial than documentation. This one-owner  1987 Alfa-Romeo Spider Veloce Roadster, featuring 15,179 original miles, is not only stunning, but also has an incredible amount of paperwork, making it the best example in the country. Hailing from the climate controlled garage of a meticulous owner, no expense was spared in keeping this car pristine from new. Within the folders of documentation are mint condition owner’s manuals, purchase paperwork, original dealer pamphlets, and service credentials detailing everything that has been done, right down to the oil changes! Stored inside from the first day of purchase, the Alfa Red paint is in fantastic condition, benefiting from the loving care of its only owner and indoor protection. The Daytona-Type lightweight alloy wheels perfectly compliment the Pinnifarina-designed body and are blemish free. With the turn of the key, the fuel injected 2.0L 4 cylinder DOHC Variable Valve Timing engine roars to life, running quietly and smoothly. The engine is backed by a 5-speed manual transmission and limited slip differential; both of which operate like the engine, fluidly and ready for enjoyment. Further equipped with 4 wheel power brakes, this Spider Veloce is capable of stopping as effortlessly as it drives. The overall exterior condition is a testament to the black/red stitching interior, which features optional air conditioning and AM/FM Stereo Cassette Radio. The leather seating and deep pile carpeting are supple and have greatly benefited from the climate controlled environment, retaining its like-new condition. The dashboard, trim, and door panels are also in this condition, with all features, such as gauges and the power windows fully operational. If you are looking for the ultimate 1987 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce roadster, with detailed documentation, call today and do not miss your opportunity to own this stunning car.


Location: Ramsey, New Jersey, United States

See listing: 1987 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce Roadster (from March 2, 2016)